This section provides news and information issued by us and organisations we work with, over the last three months.
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|3/5/2016||Who can you talk to if you suspect child abuse or neglect?
If you are concerned about a child and suspect a child is being abused or neglected, you may not know who to talk to. Research shows some people prefer to talk to someone such as a partner, family member or friend before making a report and that’s perfectly fine.
|29/4/2016||Make sure you know how to have your say on 5 May
Voters are being reminded to make sure they are ready to take part in the district, parish and Police and Crime Commissioner elections on Thursday 5 May.
|29/4/2016||Council wins court of appeal case
The Court of Appeal has upheld the Council’s decision to adopt its Development Management policies and Community Infrastructure Levy.
|29/4/2016||Supporting the Armed Forces
On Sunday 8 May, the Vice-Chairman of the Council, Councillor Pat Cannon, will represent the Council at an Armed Forces event, for the laying of the Whyteleafe Standard. This means the flag is presented to the church for safe keeping.
|27/4/2016||Recycling & waste collections over May bank holidays
Recycling, food and waste collections following the bank holidays on Monday 2 and 30 May will not change.
|26/4/2016||Are you aged between 16 and 24 and looking for a career?
We are currently looking for two apprentices with a can-do attitude who are flexible, reliable and able to communicate effectively with others, as well as having the right mind-set to work and study.
|18/4/2016||Over 40 businesses attend meet the buyer event
Over 40 local businesses specialising in a wide range of building repairs services came along to a Meet the Buyer event on Wednesday 13 April.
|13/4/2016||New mental health services for children and young people
A range of new mental health services, known as Mindsight Surrey CAMHS, are now available for Surrey’s children and young people.
Referrals to the services can be made by health, education and social care practitioners. Appointments can be booked by calling CAMHS One Stop on 0300 222 5755. Lines are open 8am-8pm Monday to Friday and 9am-12pm Saturday. This number can also be used by young people and their families for help and advice without a referral.
Referrals can also be made by:
|11/4/2016||Just one week left to register to vote on Thursday 5 May
With just one week left until the deadline, the Electoral Commission and Tandridge District Council are encouraging residents to make sure they are registered to vote.
|23/3/2016||Oxted gasholder demolition moves a step closer
Last night’s Resources Committee (Tuesday 22 March) agreed to use £400,000 worth of funding awarded by the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to help start the process for the demolition of the Oxted gasholder before the end of March 2017.
|22/3/2016||Ex council vehicles for sale
The Council is selling off some of its older vehicles. Anyone who is interested can view the following vehicles on 30 March from 10am to 12pm at Warren Lane Depot, Warren Lane, Hurst Green, Oxted RH8 9DB.
|21/3/2016||Changes at Surreys community recycling centres
Following last year’s consultation, Surrey County Council is introducing changes to its 15 community recycling centres (CRCs) across Surrey from 1 April 2016. Some sites will also be temporarily closed while essential maintenance takes place.
|18/3/2016||Drainage works Tandridge Lane / Crowhurst Lane End
Surrey County Council is carrying out drainage works in Tandridge Lane, near the junction with Crowhurst Lane End, to replace the culvert south of the railway bridge to help prevent future flooding.
|18/3/2016||Surrey Family Information Service - Helping you
Surrey Family Information Service (FIS) has had a rebrand recently to better reflect what it does and the kind of help it can offer to all families in Surrey.
|18/3/2016||Students from local schools feature on cover of Tandridge Magazine
The cover of the latest Tandridge Magazine features students from three local secondary schools who spent the day with the Council, as part of the Children Commissioner’s Takeover Challenge.
|18/3/2016||Your guide to Tandridge
All residents should have received a copy of our leaflet Your guide to Tandridge with their council tax information, or business rates bill.